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Luck Has Nothing To Do With It

Many vestibular patients feel unlucky because they have an invisible illness that affects every aspect of their life, but that others don't see or understand. Vestibular patient, Peggy Artman, considers a different way for patients

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VeDA Volunteer Goes to D.C.

Danielle Tate represented VeDA during RDLA's Rare Disease Week on Capitol Hill. Danielle is a physical therapist and a volunteer member of VeDA's Advocacy Committee.  Recently, she had the opportunity to join other rare disease advocates


VeDA Advocates on Capitol Hill

VeDA volunteer, Danielle Tate, joined rare disease advocates in Washington D.C. to raise awareness about vestibular disorders among our law makers. EveryLife Foundation for Rare Diseases has designed a program (Rare Disease Legislative Advocates) to


Gratitude Journals

Gratitude has been shown to benefit people physically and psychologically. Some studies have shown that keeping a gratitude journal can increase a person’s happiness and overall positive mood. Others show that patients who are more


Mark Cuban’s Dizzying Experience

Virtual Reality to Treat Dizziness Celebrity, Mark Cuban, shares his vestibular experience, and how virtual reality helped him get back to balance. Mark Cuban - Shark Tank star, Dallas Mavericks owner, film producer, CEO and


Giving Tuesday

Facebook and PayPal are matching all donations made through VeDA's Facebook page on Giving Tuesday, November 27th. Each year on Giving Tuesday, nonprofit organizations rally their supporters for a day of maximum impact. Following the


2018 Champions of Vestibular Medicine

Champions of Vestibular Medicine help reduce diagnosis times for patients with inner ear & brain balance disorders. The Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA) announces the annual VeDAChampion of Vestibular MedicineAward initiative to increase awareness of vestibular disorders


Improving the quality of care for patients with neurotology conditions

Five new neurotology quality measures created through a multi-disciplinary collaboration. By Habib Rizk, MD and Anant Shenoy, MD The American Academy of Neurology (AAN) and American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS),


A Global Giving Movement

#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide. Following Thanksgiving and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday,


Patient-Centered Vestibular Conference

On Saturday, October 27th the University of Minnesota will host a half-day patient centered conference on vestibular disorders. This event grew out of VeDA member, Jim Hainlen, believing that vestibular patients needed an opportunity to